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Crown Hill

by Crown Hill

Folk rock with acoustic foundations and an electric finish. Soul-searching songs for the open road.
Genre: Rock: Folk Rock
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1. There Is the Door
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2. Perfect Contradiction
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3. She Don't Love Me No More
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4. New York City
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5. Holy Water
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6. Songbird
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7. New Orleans
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8. Whisper
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9. Tricks
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10. Hallelujah
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Album Notes
This record began as a collection of folk songs Tom Watson and Mike Sievers wrote to perform in an acoustic guitar and piano format. Their lyrics were introspective, and dealt with relationships and the search for oneself in adult life. After a few years of working up material, they were joined by bassist John Isenhart, who's unique fretless style brought a new momentum to the sound. They began to play with drummers and started plugging in electric guitars. As the band got bigger and louder, the sound became more rock and roll... but the songs remained thoughtfully written and carefully arranged. The focus remained on the the vocal, and vocal harmonies were featured prominently. Finally, they recruited seasoned drummer Brian Estey, to complete the lineup and record their first album. Producer Matt Brown selected vintage guitars, amplifiers, and keyboards to bring out flavors of classic rock, soul, and Americana in the music. In the end, the album recalls time-honored rock traditions, with a fresh energy and an honest voice.


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